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Gaucho Serenade [VHS]


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  • Actors: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, June Storey, Duncan Renaldo, Mary Lee
  • Directors: Frank McDonald
  • Writers: Betty Burbridge, Bradford Ropes
  • Producers: William Berke
  • Format: Black & White, Original recording remastered, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Republic Pictures (I)
  • VHS Release Date: August 29, 2000
  • Run Time: 66 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305291551
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #726,810 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By PATRICIA T. ALMDALE on January 26, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Gaucho Serenade is one of the sometime typically unusual Autry westerns by the fact that when you see Autry for the first time he is riding in a car pulling a horse trail. This one is comedy at it's best with Smiley Burnette, Mary Lee and June Storey as his sidekicks. From cars running into rivers, to catching a speeding locamotive with his trusty horse Champion. For those who have never seen this movie be aware that Autry did do most of his own stunt work and fight scenes. It really is Autry climbing on board this locamotive with Champion fearlessly running beside him. If you purchase this movie you will see American Favorite Cowboy and Hero help a small boy find his father, clear his father who was framed and take down a crooked cattle buyers conglomerate and then as usual gets the girl in the process. This is a FIVE star movie. Buy It!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Beth on December 24, 2003
Format: DVD
Videohound, which I usually trust, gives Gene Autry's movies low ratings. I'm sorry if they're not "sophisticated" enough for them. They're missing out. Gene and Smiley transport a British kid to his felon father. Along the way they run into cuties June Storey and Mary Lee. June Storey is beautiful as always and plays one feisty character. This was the first movie I've ever seen Mary in and I was captivated by her. She has such a beautiful voice. The only bad element in this flick was the kid actor. He got on my nerves quick. The song which Smiley and Gene share is so catchy. I played it three times.
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Republic Pictures present "GAUCHO SERENADE" (May 10, 1940) (68 mins/B&W) (Fully Restored/Dolby Digitally Remastered) --- relive those thrilling days when the "First Singing Cowboy" Gene Autry took us down the dusty trails with hard riding and straight shooting hitting the bull's eye with excitement every time ... the Gene Autry series of B-Westerns were a staple of Saturday matinees in the 1930s and 1940s --- The Following Segments are from the "Melody Ranch Theater", which originally aired on the Nashville Network in 1987 --- Hosted by Gene and longtime sidekick Pat Buttram the program showcased many of Gene's classic motion pictures and featured personal anecdotes about how the films were made --- Information on costars and significant happenings in Gene's personal life and career. --- don't miss any of the Singing Cowboy's features loaded with action and songs that will leave you wanting more of Gene Autry's B-Western Adventures --- The sale of this DVD will further the educational and cultural mission of the renowned "Autry National Center in Los Angeles".

Under Frank McDonald (Director), Betty Burbridge (Screenwriter), Bradford Ropes (Screenwriter), Reggie Lanning (Cinematographer), Gene Autry (Songwriter), Smiley Burnette (Songwriter), James Cavanaugh (Songwriter), Mack Davis (Songwriter), Connie Lee (Songwriter), John Marvin (Songwriter), Sammy Mysels (Songwriter), John Redmond (Songwriter), Dick Sanford (Songwriter), Nat Simon (Songwriter), Tony Martinelli (Editor), William A.
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By John K. on December 29, 2013
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
This item was brand new and the quality was fine. This is probably the best Gene Autry story for it keeps you interested all through the movie.
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Only Gene Autry could get away with some of the departures from conventional B-Western orthodoxy that his pre-World War II films featured, and this is one of the most unconventional.

Gene and Smiley Burnette, flat-broke rodeo cowboys, start a cross country road trip from New York to California in car and horse trailer, unaware that a young English boy has "stowed away" with them, thinking they're the "employees" of his father who are supposed to take him to his father's "Rancho San Quentin." The father has actually been framed by corrupt business partners and is serving time in the prison of the same name. The "employees" are henchmen of the men who framed the father, and they are trying to kidnap the boy to keep the father from spilling the beans about their nefarious activities.

Along the way, the three encounter June Storey and Mary Lee, sisters who have fled Storey's impending wedding to a man whom she didn't want to marry. They've stolen his car to make their getaway, adding another element to the cocktail of the plot.

The two thugs encounter Autry and Burnette and try to take the boy with them, sparking a slam-bang fistfight which ends with the crooks fleeing in their car, without the young Englishman. Later, when the cowboys, the youth and the sisters are stopped by a motorcycle cop, Storey reveals her talent for comic dialogue by convincing him that Gene is her husband (she gets a firm grip on the side of Gene's neckerchief away from the cop to ensure that the Singing Cowboy will say what she wants him to).
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